LocoRoco Cocoreccho

LocoRoco Cocoreccho

LocoRoco comes to the PS3! If you've reached your fill of gore while blasting mutants in Resistance, Fall of Man or defending Western Europe in Call of Duty 3, switch to LocoRoco™ Cocoreccho and go to your happy place. I got pretty addicted to it last weekend, trying to work my way into the top 100 "speed challenge" users.

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